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Albergue Turístico San Blas: Open.

Oliva de Plasencia (turnoff)

Private (15, 20€) Albergue Turístico San Blas, with the Ayuntamiento at your back, cross the square and take the street to the left, then right and right again, it's there on the right, on Calle Real. Kitchen. Tel 647 563 450 or 947 563 450

Casa Rural Vía Caparra on Calle Torre. Singles 30€, doubles 40€. Website www.viacaparra.com Tel 620 007 490 They may collect from Ventaquemada or Cáparra.

Shop beside the Casa Rural, café, pharmacy beside the Ayuntamiento.

Bar Cáparra does very expensive food. It's at the eastern edge of the village in a low building, easy to miss.

From Oliva de Plasencia you can follow a quiet road which will take you to Cáparra in 6km. Sleeping in Oliva de Plasencia will involve 6km of extra walking.

Or here to go to the Vía de la Plata Guide website.


About the Vía de la Plata Guide

The Vía de la Plata app for Android and iPhone

The Vía de la Plata Guide is also available as an app. It contains all the great information as this online guide plus:

- offline, zoomable maps which show you your exact location

- more background and historic information about the places you'll walk through

Tap HERE to see the app in your phone's app store.

The guide in printed format

The full Walking Guide to the Vía de la Plata has the following:

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  • Lots of information about historic sites along the Vía de la Plata's route

If you'd like to see what it looks like you can download a samples from here the first 20 pages of the Walking Guide to the Vía de la Plata

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